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The Renewable Energy Market Is Starting To Be Ruled By Emerging Companies

28. April 2013

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The Renewable Energy Market Is Starting To Be Ruled By Emerging Companies

Investment on Renewable Energies at stake. For the first time in eight years, indicators inform that the investment in renewable energies is at stake. Nevertheless, Ernst & Young says that this is not all bad news because there are currently emerging markets showing a strong growth especially in the regions of MENA and South Africa [...]

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Another Great Year for German’s Solar Industry

17. February 2013

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Another Great Year for German’s Solar Industry

According to new statistics released by the Environment Ministry, a great growth in new solar power was experienced. Seven point six (7.6) gigawatts (GW) of new capacity were installed by Germany. Because subsidies (the country’s feed-in tariffs for solar) were reduced, new installations decreased to a certain degree towards the end of the year. Overcoming [...]

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Will Space-Based Energy Solve the Actual Energetic Crisis in India?

12. January 2013

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Will Space-Based Energy Solve the Actual Energetic Crisis in India?

The Southern Regional Science Congress began at Kongunadu Arts and Science College it was a congress of two days that marked the centenary of the Indian Science Congress Association. The main topic discussed was the role that science plays in shaping the future of India. At this Congress about three hundred scientists were presenting papers, [...]

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First Solar Inc. will install its first 13MW solar plant for the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

8. December 2012

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First Solar Inc. will install its first 13MW solar plant for the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority

Recently, First Solar, Inc. declared that it would build a 13 MW solar power plant. The company has been selected by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority. The solar power plant will be located at Seith Al Dahal (fifty kilometers of the south of Dubai). The agreement made between the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority [...]

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The Right Renewable Energy Policies – Would Make The Sun The Prime Source of Energy

28. October 2012

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The Right Renewable Energy Policies – Would Make The Sun The Prime Source of Energy

Concerning public policy, solar power is becoming more and more attractive (in the economics perspective), and currently it can be considered the most promising development to be initiated. For example, in about one year and half, the prices of PV (photovoltaic) modules dropped 40 percent and the good news: the price tends to keep dropping [...]

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Delhi & Its Monuments Going Green With Solar Power

21. October 2012

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Delhi & Its Monuments Going Green With Solar Power

The city of Delhi posses plenty of well-known monuments that will be illuminated by solar energy. It appears that the number of environment-friendly monuments in Delhi is growing day by day. Over the last three years, the Delhi government acquired experience while promoting the utilization of environment-friendly sources of energy, such as the solar energy. [...]

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Price of Solar Panels Falling by 80%

21. October 2012

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Price of Solar Panels Falling by 80%

Managing Director Arif Allauddin from Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) notifies that the prices of solar panel have shown a downward slope in prices over the recent half decade. It has dropped down by 8o% in half decade making it attractive to customers. This should be considered as an opportunity to switch to solar energy [...]

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IMEC: New Thin-Film Being Developed To Exploit Solar Energy

14. October 2012

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IMEC: New Thin-Film Being Developed To Exploit Solar Energy

The European Union and the regional governments co-fund the Solar Flare project in the Eindhoven-Leuven region. It focuses on increasing the efficiency and reducing the cost in the development of thin-film solar energy. One of the emphasized points in the European Climate policy and the EU2020 strategy is the large-scale development and application of solar [...]

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Planning For Large Scale Solar Energy System in Saudi Arabia

7. October 2012

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Planning For Large Scale Solar Energy System in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia, although a leading purveyor of fossil fuels for the rest of the world, it has always been under pressure on oil demand supply ratio. This has ultimately led the nation to explore and opt for other sources of fuels. Saudi Arabian government has already made public its plan to build its first expansive [...]

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New Solar Panels Will Be Built With Common Metals

23. September 2012

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New Solar Panels Will Be Built With Common Metals

Sunlight reaching American households is enough to supply at least 50 percent of the total electricity needs of America. Recently, scientists concluded that progress in the field of affordable solar-energy technology is fundamentally necessary for people to opt to invest in roof shingles that can generate electricity power. Actually, shingles that are capable of generating [...]

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